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Weekend Recap: Blooms

  1. Very clever! I think I need to invest in some floral foam. I’ve been doing the tape grid thing and it’s a huge pain in the butt when it’s time to change the water.

  2. modern jane says:

    So beautiful and what a great find! Did you see that our Annechovie prints were both featured on her blog today? Fun fun!
    http://annechovie.blogspot.com/

  3. Chic Geek says:

    What a creative idea! Your pictures are gorgeous. Whatever camera your using it’s phenomenal!!

  4. Heather says:

    This is such a good idea and looks so pretty!

  5. autumn says:

    those roses are GORGEOUS! and i love how creative you were with the tissue box. the arrangement is so pretty..i love the orange and peach and green together.

  6. Rebecca says:

    what a great find and what a creative idea! Absolutely stunning arangements!

  7. Blondie says:

    These look gorgeous!!!! I love having fresh flowers around. I am having a giveaway that ends this Friday to celebrate Spring. Check it out and enter if you haven’t already! Kori xoxo

    http://www.blondeepisodes.com/2011/03/spring-break-giveaway.html

  8. Ingrid says:

    What beautiful flowers! I am needing some flower life in our house right now! I also spied that beautiful white bowl from Pier 1 that I am wanting!

  9. Oh my lordy, this is just pure heaven. Flower arranging is my deepest passion…I can be taken away to the happiest place on earth when doing this very activity! Your’s are absolutely gorgeous, great color combos and perfect arranging. Thanks so much for sharing, I am now so happy!!!

  10. pve says:

    so sweet! love how you took something and gave it a new purpose. aachoo to a lovely bouquet!
    pve

  11. Malinda says:

    Love the greek key tissue boxes! They look great as vases. And those flowers are gorgeous. Very springy indeed. I wrote about using unlikely containers/boxes for arrangements, too…http://ourdomesticbliss.blogspot.com/2011/02/fresh-cut-friday-except-its-saturday.html

    So many fun options out there. Now you’ll have me checking out tissues boxes, too!

  12. The flowers are beautiful and the tissue box is an ingenious use of an ordinary object used in an extraordinary way. Brava!

  13. Linda says:

    Great idea! I love it. Thank you!

  14. Kristy Swain says:

    So insanely beautiful. Love the colors!

  15. kate says:

    so creative. i would have never guessed. and, i love the graphic detail on the “vase”.

  16. Shelly says:

    What a terffic idea and a great way to add a touch of spring to your home. I’m off to Trader Joe’s to pick up some flowers. Thanks for the inspiration.

  17. Very clever. I will never look at a tissue box the same way again. I just made 6 arrangements of roses for tables at a memorial dinner yesterday. Each arrangement was a different color with 24 roses in each one. I bought them for $4 a dozen at a place called Produce Junction. They were all so pretty, but I kept the yellow ones and gave the rest to friends and family after the dinner was over.
    My best- Diane

  18. Elsa says:

    What a wonderful idea! I’m keeping my eye out for tissue boxes from now on.

  19. So pretty! What a great job you did, Camila!

  20. Incredibly clever! Well done.
    Lynn from Decor Arts Now

  21. Scientific Housewife says:

    Wow, that is gorgeous!

  22. Andrea says:

    What a clever idea. I love using something for a purpose other than it was intended.

  23. Katie says:

    You blow me away with your creativity! I can’t wait to try this.

  24. Heidi says:

    I’m loving the Greek key! And those are some serious floral skills you’ve got going over there. Styled to perfection 🙂

  25. Nikki says:

    How adorable!! And what a creative idea. I would never think of such a thing. The arrangements look amazing!!

  26. Gabriella says:

    Absolutely love this! What a brilliant idea! xo

  27. April says:

    Great idea!! Looks super cute!

  28. Lauren says:

    They look amazing & I love the tissue box turned planter! I’m running out to TJ in search of some! Thanks for the great idea.

  29. emily says:

    Where is the mirror from in the second to last shot?

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